Welcome to the SeaWiFS Bio-optical Archive and Storage System (SeaBASS), the publicly shared archive of in situ oceanographic and atmospheric data maintained by the NASA Ocean Biology Processing Group (OBPG). For information on how to search for data, please refer to the "Get Data" menu options. For information about preparing files for submission to SeaBASS, refer to "Contribute Data."

Recent Data Updates

Date Investigator Cruise Parameters
2021-11-18 David Siegel EXPORTSNA abun,u_ph,g,fl-h_ex488_em695,chl_experiment
2021-11-10 Emmanuel Boss EXPORTSNP wavelength,ed,lu,lw,rrs,chl
2021-11-09 Samuel Laney OW2018 wt,cond,sal,depth,bb470,bb532,bb660
2021-11-09 Samuel Laney OW2019 wt,cond,sal,depth,bb470,bb532,bb660
2021-11-08 Amy Maas EXPORTSNP abun_zoop
2021-11-04 Antonio Mannino Arctic_RSWQ_Yukon doc_l,tdn
2021-11-03 Steven Lohrenz gulfcarbon5 HPLC
2021-10-29 Emmanuel Boss EXPORTSNA ed,lu,eu,lw,rrs
2021-10-27 Emmanuel Boss EXPORTSNA HyperInSpace,rrs,es
2021-10-19 Emmanuel Boss EXPORTSNA bbp,phyto_carbon,bbp_gamma,bbp_sd
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News

2021-07-20

New Ordering and Download System

SeaBASS data downloads are now unified and distributed under the same system that manages NASA satellite Ocean Biology data

  • Placing a SeaBASS data order to download data now requires a NASA Earthdata login (you will be prompted to create one if you don't already have one)
  • Downloads will be fulfilled through an order manager

More info including links to illustrated instructions is found under Download and Order SeaBASS data

2021-03-03

Earthdata forum transition

The Ocean Color Forum (including our subforum for Field Data - SeaBASS) has transitioned to the burgeoning Earthdata Forum (https://forum.earthdata.nasa.gov/). We encourage you to ask questions there and we look forward to interacting with you.


The new forum is organized using tags. Pick the "SeaBASS" tag to search for existing SeaBASS posts, or when you create a new post. There are a variety of search options; if you use the "Search By Tags" feature then SeaBASS is under the dropdown "Major Project". Other relevant tags include "Ocean" for Discipline and "OB DAAC" as the DAAC.


You can bookmark your favorite searches using your browser if you want a shortcut. Also, later this year a feature will be added allowing you to follow specific tags and receive email notifications whenever there is a new post.

2020-09-17

New website look

The SeaBASS website has received a new look to go along with several background updates and small accessibility changes.

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